Dancing DNA

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Title: Dancing DNA
Creators: Fisher, Susan; Rissing, Steven W.
Contributors: Kelly, Keith; Berezina-Blackburn, Vitalia; Boggia, Rachel; Botsford, Beverly; Molina, Pablo N.; Estanich, Michael; Hapke, Kristin; Rogers, Karl; Rhynard, Tiffany
Keywords: DNA
Issue Date: 2004
Series/Report no.: Fisher, Susan. Biology 101
Abstract: "Cells replicate through a process called MITOSIS: The chromosomes in the cell's nucleus duplicate and separate. Then the cell divides into two identical cells. At the core of each living, reproducing cell in Dancing DNA."
Description: Dance performance
Concept: Susan Fisher and Steve Rissing; Animation: Keith Kelly and Vita Berezina-Blackburn; Choreography: Rachel Boggia; Music: Beverly Botsford; Videography: Rachel Boggia, Pablo N. Molina, Keith Kelley, Vita Berezina-Blackburn; Editing: Rachel Boggia; Performers: Michael Estanich, Kristin Hapke, Karl Rogers, Tiffany Rhynard.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/5863
Rights: "This video is copyright-protected. Permission to reuse, publish or reproduce the object must be obtained from the The Ohio State University.”
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